By Alfredo Corchado and Ricardo Sandoval-PalosOne month After Valdez’s shooting death 100Reporters is joining with journalism organizations and reporters around the globe in calling out the...

As US President Donald Trump travels to the Middle East in a bid to create a united front against terrorism, an investigation shows that development aid to Jordan, channeled through charities tied to the royal family, failed in its goals, due to corruption and lack of oversight.

While the U.S. steps up its military fight against Islamist terrorism overseas, lax financial regulations at home make the U.S. a haven for hidden assets, providing an umbrella of secrecy for tax dodgers and terror organizations alike.

As a condition of receiving more than $19 million from the World Bank, owners of Avesoro Mining agreed to build new housing, a hospital, and much more for some 325 Liberian families displaced by the the New Liberty Gold mine. But when those benefits failed to materialize, the Bank looked the other way.

More than 58 children have been killed since 2008, after courts ignored accusations of physical or sexual abuse in awarding custody. Worse yet, they demonize the parent who sounds the alarm, further isolating and endangering vulnerable children.

Market day in the riverside town of Gbitti in eastern Cameroon is a colorful affair. Farmers sit on the bare red earth, their wares...

At 9:30 a.m. on a gray winter Monday, the State Department officials began certifying the names at a rate of one every two minutes...

MONTEPUEZ, Mozambique — Mila Kunis embodies just the kind of woman that Gemfields plc, the world’s leading supplier of rare colored gemstones, wishes to...

PREAH SIHANOUK PROVINCE, Cambodia—They were some of the most searing images of violence to emerge from the land crisis that swept Cambodia over the...

Papua New Guinea, now the world’s largest producer of tropical timber, is losing more than $100 million annually to widespread tax evasion in its...

In what experts are describing as a victory for transparency, a federal judge in New York has ordered the U.S. Justice Department to release compliance monitoring reports produced as part of a $1.9 billion settlement with banking giant HSBC, which pleaded guilty to laundering drug money and violating sanctions.

The U.S. Justice Department this month moved to confiscate roughly $1.2 million held in major multi-national banks which prosecutors believe passed through a network...
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